The code of criminal procedure literally reglamentary acquaintance of the victim, civil plaintiff and defendant with materials of the criminal case in the relevant articles. After a preliminary investigation can be considered complete and the amount of evidence is sufficient for the presence of strong evidence in court, the investigator shall explain to the victim, civil plaintiff and defendant of their right to familiarize with the criminal case. The desire to read them can be expressed in the form of an oral or written request. Unlike the victim, the civil plaintiff or the defendant have the right to see only those materialsthat relate to the stated claim.
If the evidence supports the audio or video, are also available. If the victim or civil plaintiff deem it necessary, they may petition to conduct an additional investigation. But only the investigator shall take the decision on necessity of prolongation of investigation. If such a motion is still not devoid of common sense, the investigator meets him. The refusal is made in the form of a resolution, which is awarded to the applicant.
The procedure of acquaintance accused with materials of the criminal case is somewhat different. After investigation, accused of a crime has the right to personally look into all procedural documents. He can do it personally, and can ask the protector for help. He alone is doing in the case, when refusing the assistance of a lawyer. If the defendant does not wish to get acquainted with the materials without a specific lawyer as counsel, the investigator is required to expect the release and presence of this lawyer. The maximum term of such expectations should not exceed five days.